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Rach

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Hi to everyone!

I first became familiar with psychology when I chose it as an As level (my mum's suggestion - only intended on doing it for a year!) and became hooked! I carried it on to A level and now I’m in my final year of my degree in BSc (Hons) Psychology with Social Sciences at university in Nottingham, UK. I’m hoping this will lead to a career in psychology whereby I can become even more hooked!!

I’m currently carrying out a study for my dissertation on sexual self esteem. If anyone wants to know a bit more or wouldn’t mind participating in my survey, you can find details in the ‘Research Projects’ section (http://www.psychlinks.ca/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=2824).

All the best,

Rachel.
 

ThatLady

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Welcome, Rach! I answered your questions. Hope it helps. :eek:)
 

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